Flagstaff Justice Court Information


Paying Fines


Make on-line payments with the Flagstaff Justice Court and the Collections Enforcement Unit.

If you are paying a citation, please locate your fine amount using the fine schedule on our website, bond card handed out by Law Enforcement or by contacting the Court at (928) 679-7650. Please have your citation readily available. You can then pay your fine online.

If you are making a payment to the Collections Enforcement Unit, please have your case number readily available, then you can pay online.

Please note for all payments made online a service fee of 2.50% of the payment amount, with a minimum service fee of $3.95 per payment transaction is assessed to your payment.

If your case is in the FARE collections program you can pay on line at AZ Court Pay. Please have your case number available to make the payment.

Court Ordered Financial Obligations
If you are required to pay fines, penalties, fees or other financial obligations as a result of a judgement of this court and you are unable to pay, bring this information to the attention of court staff or the judge because payments over time or other alternatives may be available. Do not ignore your responsibility to pay, as this may result in additional penalties and costs to you. For more information, contact the court or an attorney.

Si a usted se le exige pagar multas, sanciones, cuotas u otras obligaciones económicas como resultado de una sentencia en este tribunal y no puede pagarlas, avíseles o al personal del tribunal o al juez de su situación porque puede ser posible pagar a plazos o puede existir otra opción. No haga caso omiso de su responsabilidad de pagar, el cual le podría generar nuevas sanciones y costas. Para obtener más información, póngase en contacto con el tribunal o un abogado.

Faxes


The Flagstaff Justice Court does not accept faxes or emails as filings or correspondence at this time.

Judges


If you wish to speak with a judge about your or someone else’s case, you are only permitted to do so in open Court, the judges are not allowed to speak to you otherwise. You may write a letter to the judge, but the letter will become part of the Court record.

Under our system of justice, each party is entitled to be present when information is given to the Judge concerning the facts of a case. If one party were permitted to talk with the Judge without the other party being present, it would at least appear that the party who had the private conversation with the Judge would have an advantage. The Judge is to remain impartial and make decisions based only on information presented when both parties are present. Also, each party must be given the opportunity to contest any statements made by the other party. This cannot be done if one party is absent.

There is, however an exception to the above rule. Parties are obligated to appear for scheduled court proceedings. When a party is given notice of a court proceeding time and fails to appear, the court may proceed in the absence of the non-appearing party.